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bara-bara
バラバラ
Posted by: ngonhan2k5Rating:2.0  
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scattered; disperse; loose; disconnected; in pieces; in drops; rustling
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bisho bisho
びしょびしょ
Posted by: niku
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sloppy, dripping wet
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chika chika
ちかちか
Posted by: Bruce
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1. Flickering light, light from stars (See Pika-Pika) 2. Eyes get tired from computer or TV.
Akusesu shite miru to utsuru computer screen no naka Chika-Chika shiteru moji te wo atete miru to
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chin-chin
チンチン
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"dick", penis, "wee-wee" - child's word for penis.
i like this word because in in my name Comment by: Chin-Chin    Rated:5/5
this word can also describe a dog's trick which in English can be "stand" Comment by: taz0x    Rated:4/5
I use this all the time along with "Bokki" Which means erection. ^^ Comment by: yumeitsumo   
chin-chin taberu Comment by: ichinichi   
LOL@ chin-chin taberu! Comment by: mai   
chin-chin teberu means eat my dick... (",) Comment by: brando   
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choki choki
チョキチョキ
Posted by: ngonhan2k5
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snipping sound; cutting sound; to cut.
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doki doki
どきどき
Posted by: Bruce
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Pounding heart, heart beating fast from excitement.
Soba ni iru dake de, sono me ni mitsumerareru dake de. Doko-Doki tomaranai. No to wa ienai. I just can't help. It's automatic...
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giri giri
ぎりぎり
Posted by: Bruce
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Just barely, Just in time, e.g. I just barely passed the test.
Ikizama o kaetakya soo Giri-Giri love! Saigo made Giri-Giri love!
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goro goro
ごろごろ
Posted by: Bruce
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1.To laze about, idleness, 2. Upset stomach 3. Sound of Lighting
Nakamura-san wa mainichi jimusho ni shinbun o Goro-Goro yonde imasu.
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guu guu
ぐうぐう
Posted by: Bruce
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sounds emanating from the stomach caused by hunger
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hara hara
はらはら
Posted by: ssasami
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irritated, a little bit angry about something.
Soba ni iru dake de Karadajuu ga atsuku natte kuru, Hara-Hara kakusenai iki sae dekinai, I just can't help it, It's automatic
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ira ira
イライラ
Posted by: Bruce
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angry, frustrating
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kira kira
きらきら
Posted by: Bruce
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Glitter and sparkle
Dakishimerareru to, Kimi to paradise ni iru mitai, Kira-Kira mabushikute, I feel so good. It's automatic...
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kokekokkou
コケコッコー
Posted by: Bruce
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Sound made by a rooster, "cock-a-do-da-do"
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Kotsu Kotsu
コツコツ
Posted by: maggiekk
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Rhymic, having a beat
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mou-mou
もうもう
Posted by: Bruce
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The sound a cow makes, "moo"
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paku paku
パクパク
Posted by: BruceRating:2.0  
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gulp, eating in big mouthfuls
64xZdR Fantastic article. Comment by: crorkservice    Rated:2/5
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Pecha-kucha
ペチャクチャ
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"chitter-chatter", giggling girls
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pera pera
ぺらぺら
Posted by: Bruce
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Fluent in a language
'Boku wa nihongo ga Pera-Pera desu!', Hari imashita.
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pika pika
ぴかぴか
Posted by: Bruce
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Glitter, twinkle, sparkle (ex. Pika-Pika no kutsu - well-polished shoes)
Pika-pika mahou wo tokanaide itsu made mo
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pocha pocha
ぽちゃぽちゃ
Posted by: Bruce
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Splash water, dabble in water, plump, chubby
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suya suya
すやすや
Posted by: Bruce
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deep and peaceful sleep, "zzzzzzz"
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wan wan
わんわん
Posted by: Bruce
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Bark of a dog, "bow-wow". Children sometimes call dogs "Wan-Wan".
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yobo yobo
よぼよぼ
Posted by: Bruce
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weak from old age
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zaa zaa
ざあざあ
Posted by: Bruce
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The sound of pouring rain.
Ame no oto wa togirezu kikoeteiru. Shiran kao de damatta saboten. Boku no koto o Zaa-Zaa to jama o shiteru. Kimi no ibasho kakikeshite.
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